Friendly competition is always interesting between couples who have been together for a long time. And, for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, it gives them something to talk about when they get home.

On Nov. 16, the married pair of more than 20 years faced off in a hilarious game called “Search Party” during their appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

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Much like on “Family Feud,” Tim and Faith had to try and fill in the top four answers on the board, which for them was Google search results on random questions such as, “Why do dogs …?” Whoever could guess the highest answer first got control of the board, and their team could guess the remaining answers until they received two strikes.

The first search query was, “Why do country singers always sing about …?” Ironically, Tim wrote down “divorce”, while Faith guessed “love.”

Faith answered correctly, so her team — which included host Jimmy Fallon and James Poyser from The Roots — got to play. But, when the “This Kiss” singer uttered “family,” it was Tim’s team’s turn to shine. The country crooner of hits like “Truck Yeah,” who was teamed with with The Roots’ Questlove and Tariq Trotter, chose the term, “trucks,” and won the round.

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But, it was in the third and final round of the segment when perhaps the most comical moment came. The question presented was, “How do I get more …?” Faith, who scrambled to think of an answer, eventually blurted out “intelligence,” which was not on the board. So Tim’s team had a chance to steal. His group collectively decided to answer “sex” which earned them the victory.

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw are now nominated for Tour of the Year, Story of the Year and Duet of the Year in the Rare Country Awards. Faith also earned an additional nomination for Female Artist of the Year. It’s up to you to decide the winners. Vote now at until Dec. 13. Winners will be revealed during a livestreamed concert event on Dec. 14 in Nashville.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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